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DEA officials to speak at Crime Prevention meeting

Fallbrook Citizens’ Crime Prevention Committee (FCCPC) is sponsoring a public crime prevention meeting on Tuesday, January 27, at Zion Lutheran Church auditorium, 1405 East Fallbrook Street, from 7 to 9 p.m.

After six years of asking the United States Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration to do a presentation for our community, we received their approval in November.

This is a unique opportunity for the public to learn about the drug trends in our area and safety issues/concerns close to us with the violent cartels in Mexico on our southwest border.

Were you aware RVs are being used as meth labs, maybe in your neighborhood? We need to be knowledgeable about the signs and traffic patterns of criminal organizations that are growing, manufacturing or distributing controlled substances destined for illicit traffic in the US.

The DEA is the world’s leading drug enforcement agency…the only single-mission, federal agency dedicated to drug law enforcement.

The featured speakers will be Eileen Zeidler, Drug Enforcement Special Agent, Information Officer, and Robert Dorenbush, Resident Agent in Charge, Carlsbad Resident Office (CRO), which oversees Fallbrook.

You have the opportunity to be informed and become DEA’s working partner against the manufacturing or distribution of illicit drugs in your community.

Help us keep these dangerous drugs and criminals away from our children. Show your responsibility by attending this meeting, learn how to identify these drug traffickers and report them to the proper authorities. Don’t you want a safe community?

Pat Braendel

FCCPC founder/president

 

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